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Red and swollen lips, difficulty opening mouth, burning, itchy. Remedy?

I am suffering from a condition from the past 3-4 months, where my lips have turned red and is swollen. There is extreme difficulty in opening my mouth and when I try to do so the surrounding area of my lips gets cracked and there is puss like fluid which comes out. Whenever I eat something there is a burning sensation and sometimes it is itchy as well. Please let me know what this is and the remedy for the same.
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Hi red and swelling of lips and unable to open ur mouth can be due to irritant dermatitis.aphtous stomatitis or localised sj syndrome due to can be due to herpes if it is for short u are having since 3 months it is ruled out.whatever reason can be it is treated by atarax 25g at night.antibiotic twice daily and application of sternon g ointment over thr lesions.use of steriods for short time can cure it
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